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    ... One of the items is a rack of DECtapes which were Andy Goldstein s. Evan asked who he was. Andy wrote the drivers for the DECtape for RSX. At the 20th
    Message 1 of 7 , Jul 19, 2010
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      "Bill Degnan" <billdeg@...> writes:

      >> I'll be taking possession of some Nashua and Marlborough d|i|g|i|t|a|l
      >> history in about two weeks and I'm hoping to be able to give it a home
      >> in the museum. I've already emailed Evan with some details. The only
      >> issue is getting through all of HP's (Hopelessly Pathetic) paperwork to
      >> allow me to own the equipment which they acquired when they purchased
      >> Compaq which purchased up DEC.
      >>
      >
      >I hope it works out, Evan did not tell us (the board of MARCH), but that's
      >not important, I just wanted to know why you were posting this movie.

      One of the items is a rack of DECtapes which were Andy Goldstein's.
      Evan asked who he was. Andy wrote the drivers for the DECtape for
      RSX. At the 20th Anniversary for VMS, Andy rigged up a DECtape to
      an 11/780.


      >> BTW, Bill, it seems this is a small world after all. I was looking at
      >> your hosting site and I saw that you are hosting the web sites for both
      >> The Red Masque and Lynnette Shelley. I know them very well being that
      >> they're a progressive rock band. I run and host the premier progressive
      >> rock internet radio station, Aural Moon. I'm here in a photograph with
      >> Andrew and Brandon of The Red Masque and others as we visited Brian Van
      >> Korn of The Red Masque in RWJUMC hospital where he'd been suffering for
      >> several months with transverse mylitis. Sadly, the lovely Lynnette took
      >> the photo, so she's not in it.
      >>
      >> http://auralmoon.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=216&d=1157636736
      >>
      >> I'm the tall bearded chap NOT in the hospital bed.
      >
      >The world continues to shrink. I sat in once with their band at a show.
      >That's me with the yellow mask, playing theremin with The Red Masque a few
      >years ago.
      >http://www.theredmasque.com/gallery12.html
      >http://www.theredmasque.com/images/dec06-08.gif
      >http://www.theredmasque.com/images/dec06-35.gif

      Great, I didn't know if you knew them or only hosted their web sites.
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